Monday, August 19, 2019

Guatemala: Ten Mexicans and a Colombian arrested with 422 packets after firefight

Armadillo for BorderlandBeat from Quadratin

Guatemalan Army troops seized a plane with 422 packages of cocaine in Laguna del Tigre National Park, a border town with Mexico; after a firefight where they managed to arrest 10 Mexicans and a Colombian. According to the spokesman of the Army of Guatemala, Colonel Óscar Pérez, during the early hours of Saturday, on the radar of the Guatemalan Air Force an illegal flight was detected, so they mobilized to the area known as Estrella del Norte, in the park Laguna del Tigre National, belonging to the department El Petén, Guatemala; which borders the border of Tenosique, Tabasco


Upon arriving at the scene, the military forces were shot at and a confrontation began, resulting in the detention of Mexicans: Leandro, 31; Wiliam 18; Arturo 24; José Luis of 72; José del Carmen, 38; Felipe, 47, Daniel 33; César, 18 and a 16-year-old boy. A Mexican was injured in the left leg, as well as the Colombian. While another group of approximately 15 more people managed to escape among the thick vegetation of the National Park of the Maya Biosphere Reserve. The Guatemalan Army managed to secure a white cesna plane, type centurion II, with registration number N6782R, inside were 16 packages with 422 packets of cocaine, three cell phones and one Mexican passport. 

Agents of the General Sub-Directorate of Analysis and Anti-Narcotics Information (SGAIA) of the National Civil Police (PNC) located in the community of Playa Grande, Ixcán, department of Quiché, investigated a plane that was burned and buried that was used for drug trafficking. 

14 comments:

  1. There have been a few big bust over the last several months. I wonder if people are turning on each other and ripping off loads.

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    1. Probably pressure from political powers to show-face. Within time entry loads will be back as usual.
      All smoke and mirrors

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  2. Was that the plane that was stolen from the Mulege, B C S.airstrip about 6 years ago? Good job of nabbing those drugaas.

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  3. My theory is that meth /heroin/fent or synthetic drugs traffickers/cartels (CJNG, Russian mob and Chinese) want to kill off cocaine completely and break off the Colombian or South American families with all this product lost.
    I said it before, cocaine's golden years and their yuppie babyboomer 80s market are long gone.
    CDN and the Z-40s/ Treviño family could lose Nuevo Laredo if this keeps happening since the only drug they smuggle is cocaine from Central America.
    cocaine is too expensive, risky and not worth it if you don't move hundreds of kilos at once.
    Heroin, meth or fent are easier to produce and move in smaller more low profile quantities.
    The future is synthetic drugs.

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    1. A lot People from all over the world love the cocaine. From bums to very rich persons. It is getting bigger and more productive in recent studies. They are farming a lot of coca leaf. a lot need that hard rock to smoke and a lot need the soft flake to snort/inject

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    2. These people can take their trailer park tweak and shove it where the sun don't shine. It's sad how they're killing the market by mixing it with fake smack. No thanks!

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    3. There will always be a demand for cocaine in the US.

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    4. Lmao cocaine is still in demand.. where do you get that the future is synthetic drugs lmao..

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    5. If you were in Western Europe you’d think it was the 80s. Coke is HUGE out there.

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  4. @4:35 it go in cycles and the world is a big place many more markets other than the u.s.

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    1. America's appetite for drugs will always be a very profitable business.

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  5. The Colombian was sent to supervise the Mexicans.

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  6. Interesting how many of these planes have false registration numbers. The number N6782R is registered to a plane in Delaware, and was in Florida later the same day it was confiscated in Guatemala. Also the plane in the picture is a different type than the one with that registration number.

    https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N6782R

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    1. 1:08 pk, you know it all.
      Now tell me how Civil Aviation Commissioners from Mexico to Culombia control their share of drug trafficking,
      Alvaro Uribe Velez did it for Pablo Escobar until he decided there was one too many bosses, and El Comamdante Olvidado Julian Slim Helu (of DFS) became boss of airports in Mexico for a WHILE,

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